African statues and structures built by North Korea

Published 0221 GMT (1021 HKT) October 20, 2017
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The statue of Sam Nujoma, the first president of Namibia, in front of the new Independence Memorial Museum in Windhoek, Namibia. Both were built by North Korea, according to the UN Panel of Experts on North Korea. It's one of a number of statues and buildings throughout Africa built by North Korean state companies. Moment Mobile ED/Getty Images
A North Korean company helped build this enormous bronze African renaissance statue in Dakar, Senegal. Barry Lewis/Corbis/Getty Images
A statue of former Congolese President Patrice Lumumba in Kinshasa. Junior D. Kannah/AFP/Getty Images
A bronze statue of Zimbabwe's Joshua Nkomo, the leader and founder of the Zimbabwe African People's Union, in the city of Bulawayo. JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images
The Namibian State House, home to the country's presidential residence and office of the president. Hoberman Collection/UIG/Getty Images
A statue of slain Congolese President Mzee Laurent Desire Kabila in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. SCHALK VAN ZUYDAM/AP
The Tiglachin Monument in Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa. Langevin Jacques/Sygma/Getty Images
A statue of Mozambique's first president Samora Moises Machel in Maputo. ALEXANDER JOE/AFP/Getty Images